Bill Dodwell, Tax Partner, Deloitte

Bill Dodwell, Tax Partner, Deloitte

Dodwell leads the tax policy group at Big Four firm, Deloitte

Bio

Dodwell graduated with a Law degree from King’s College London in 1977, then immediately took up his place to do a Masters in Law at Cambridge.

After completing that in 1978, Dodwell took on the role of Partner at Arthur Anderson & Co, where he remained for 13 years. In 2002, he moved on to become Partner at Deloitte, where he is Head of Tax Policy. Dodwell has also been President at the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) since May 2016.

Dodwell leads the Tax Policy Group, which manages tax knowledge, training, and government representations & consultations with the OECDE, HM Treasury, and HMRC. His clients are mainly UK and US headquartered companies.

Why are they on the power list?

Dodwell made 43rd on the Accountancy Age Financial Power List. Leading the tax policy group at Deloitte, Dodwell will be well placed to exert influence on the finer details of domestic tax policy through consultations with the Treasury and HMRC, as well as on the international stage through dialogue with the OECD.

Deloitte

Deloitte came second in the Accountancy Age Top 50 + 50 rankings in 2017. It is a UK-incoporated multinational professional services network.

It is described as one of the Big Four accounting organisations and the largest professional services network in the world due to its revenue and number of employees. It provides audit, tax, consulting, enterprise risk, and financial advisory services to more than 263,000 professionals around the world.

In 2017, the company earned a record $38.8 billion USD in revenue. In the UK, it boasts the largest number of FTSE 250 companies as clients.

View numbers 46-50 on the Financial Power List 2018, and compare this with the Power Lists of 2017 and 2016.

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